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Month: August 2016

Consumed by Elizabeth Miceli blitz with giveaway

Consumed Elizabeth Miceli(Barren, #2)Published by: Swoon RomancePublication date: August 31st 2016Genres: Contemporary, New Adult Stacey Lorenzo has finished treatment, but is still devastated by her past as she enters college. With drugs and alcohol so readily available, so much freedom, and barely any supervision, Stacey falls back into old habits. […]

Cover Reveal: Secrets by Alice Ward

SecretsAlice Ward(Lords of the City, #2)Publication date: September 2016Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance Life is good in Chicago for Blaire Daniels, thanks to the arrival of spring and her new job volunteering at a local orphanage… And thanks to the new man in her life, Cristiano Leventis. With his dark and […]

Cover Reveal:A Double Shot of Bourbon by A.C. Land

A Double Shot of BourbonA.C. Land(Bourbon Series #2)Publication date: October 18th 2016Genres: Romance, Young Adult Lonna Stuart is proud to be the most beautiful girl most people have ever seen. But on the inside she’s dying. Her mother’s grating comments and her boyfriend’s obsessive control are suffocating her. There’s only […]

Glitter by Aprilynne Pike

Glitter by Aprilynne Pike My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars In a futuristic version of Versailles in which people have modern technology and comforts they still live as if it’s the eighteenth century as far as dress and society is concerned. Seventeen year old Danica stumbles upon the young King […]

A June Wedding by Emily Murdoch

A June Wedding by Emily Murdoch My rating: 2 of 5 stars Victoria Walsingham has always been in love with Isaac Quinn but instead of proposing like Victoria had always dreamed he would, Isaac tells Victoria that he can’t marry her due to her status. Victoria is of course devastated […]

Cover Reveal: The Marked One by Chevoque

The Marked OneChevoque(The Marked Series, #1)Published by: Limitless PublishingPublication date: September 13th 2016Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance All Aaliyah had ever wanted was to be invisible… To not be stared at. To not have to display her lifelong pain everywhere she goes. But society is too blind to see that […]